The Financial Affairs Directorate plays a very central and important role in the university due to its close association with all the university's activities, including faculties, administrations, and departments. The financial department stands at the same distance between providing the best service to students on the one hand and achieving the objectives of the facility on the other hand.
The financial management, which based on team and the creative potential of its cadres, seeks to keep pace with all developments in the administrative, technical and technical aspects that are in the service of the university and its students. So that it has an effective role in achieving the cultural and educational mission of the university.
The main tasks of the Directorate :
- Preparing the final financial lists of the university.
- Contributing to prepare the university's estimated budget.
- Drawing up the university's internal financial policies.
- Laying down strategic policies for the establishment's financial activity.
- Follow up all the financial and tax laws and regulations.
- Collecting tuition fees according to the deadlines that set by the university and directing students to pay in the approved banks.
- Follow up the students ’achievements, especially those who have debts.
- Financial audit when granting students to university documents.
- Checking disclosure patents when granting graduation transcripts and documents.
- Preparing the university's purchases and needs.
- Responsibility for the university's objects and depots in terms of their inventory and preservation.
- Follow up with the banks in all financial transactions of the university and students.
- Preserving university funds and keeping them in the approved bank.
- Paying the salaries and compensation of university professors and employees at the specified times and organizing the schedules for that through coordination with the Human Resources Directorate.
- Follow up with all contractors and suppliers according to the agreements and contacts concluded.
- Working to control expenses and reduces the consumption through permanent follow-up with all colleges and departments at the university.
- Paying all financial obligations associated with government and private agencies.
- Writing reports to the presidency of the university related to students’ financial conditions, cash flow status, and any other reports on the university’s financial activity